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values mission and vision

Values, Mission and Vision

Presenter 1

Presenter 2

(Living the Values)

bsa vision statement
BSA Vision Statement

“The Boy Scouts of America will prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Scout Law”

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Their

Values

values
Values

Definition: 2 (values) a person’s principals or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.

  • Core beliefs
  • Core desires
  • Guide or Motivate
    • Attitudes
    • Actions
values come in different forms
Values Come in Different Forms

Principles or Standards

Personal Qualities

Character Traits

Codes of Ethics

principles or standards
Principles or Standards

“Service Above Self” Rotary Club International

“Be Prepared”

“Do a Good Turn Daily”

personal qualities
Personal Qualities
  • Honesty
  • Loyalty
  • Ability to listen
character traits
Character Traits
  • Being Organized
  • Enthusiasm
  • Openness to others
codes of ethics
Codes of Ethics
  • Hippocratic Oath
  • Ten Commandments
  • BSA’s Outdoor Code
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“Acting in accord with our beliefs and values is one of the greatest challenges each of us faces every day.

It’s true for individuals in all aspects of life… and equally true for organizations for every kind and size.”

-Eric Harvey and Alexander Lucia

mission
Mission

Definition 1: a brief statement that reflects the core values of an organization and communicates the organization’s long term objectives- why the organization exists.

Definition 2: a specific task with which a person or a group is charged

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Mission: Why we exist

Values: What we believe in and how we

will behave

Vision: What success looks like

bsa mission statement
BSA Mission Statement

“The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law”

vision
Vision

A picture of future success

“What does success look like?”

Forms when we think ahead…

Prepare for challenges

As simple as “Planting acorns”

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August 28, 1963: “I have a dream.”

~Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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August 28, 1963: “I have a dream.”

~Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Lord Baden-Powell: Baden-Powell believed that a common moral code,

shared by Scouts around the globe, eventually could lead to world peace.

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Lord Baden-Powell: Baden-Powell believed that a common moral code,

shared by Scouts around the globe, eventually could lead to world peace.

criteria for a meaningful vision
Criteria for a Meaningful Vision

A Vision:

Engages heart and spirit

Leads to a worthwhile goal

Gives meaning to an effort

Is simple

Is attainable

Can change over time

vision statement
Vision Statement

The Boy Scouts of America will prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

the challenge of expressing values and vision
The Challenge of Expressing Values and Vision
  • It’s not easy
  • Requires lots of thought
  • Some personal examination
  • Perhaps getting feedback from others
the scout s oath in baden powell s scouting for boys 1908
THE SCOUT'S OATH IN BADEN-POWELL'S SCOUTING FOR BOYS, 1908

"On my honour I promise that­

  • I will do my duty to God and the King.
  • I will do my best to help others, whatever it costs me.
  • I know the Scout Law, and will obey it.
the scout law scouting for boys 1908
THE SCOUT LAWSCOUTING FOR BOYS, 1908
  • A Scout's honour is to be trusted.
  • A Scout is loyal to the King, and to his officers, and to his country, and to his employers.
  • A Scout's duty is to be useful and to help others.
  • A Scout is a friend to all, and a brother to every other Scout, no matter to what social class the other belongs.
  • A Scout is courteous.
  • A Scout is a friend (kind) to animals.
  • A Scout obeys orders of his patrol leader or Scoutmaster without question.
  • A Scout smiles and whistles (cheerful) under all circumstances.
  • A Scout is thrifty.
let s review
Let’s Review

Values- Core beliefs or desires that guide or motivate our attitudes and our actions

Mission – Why we exist

Vision - A picture of success and the related plan of action

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“A vision without a mission

is just a dream….

A mission without a vision just passes the time….

A vision with action can change the world.”

—Joel Barker

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A Wood Badge Ticket is:

A commitment

A vision of personal improvement

A vision of how you will lead

A series of goals

Your Ticket is guided by:

Your personal values

The organization’s mission

Your vision of success in your role

key concepts
Key Concepts

Five Significant Goals

Current Scouting Responsibility

Maximum Positive Impact for youth

One goal – incorporate diversity

goals should be smart
Goals should be SMART

Specific

Measurable

Attainable

Relevant

Time based

for each goal also indicate
For each Goal, also indicate:

Who

What

Where

When

Why

How

How Verified

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Who: ________________________________________________

What: ________________________________________________

Where: ________________________________________________

When: ________________________________________________

Why: ________________________________________________

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: ________________________________________________

What: ________________________________________________

Where: ________________________________________________

When: ________________________________________________

Why: ________________________________________________

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: ________________________________________________

Where: ________________________________________________

When: ________________________________________________

Why: ________________________________________________

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: Activity that provides awareness to different religious faiths

Where: ________________________________________________

When: ________________________________________________

Why: ________________________________________________

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: Activity that provides awareness to different religious faiths

Where: Our troop location or a worship center

When: ________________________________________________

Why: ________________________________________________

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: Activity that provides awareness to different religious faiths

Where: Our troop location or a worship center

When: Spring 2014

Why: ________________________________________________

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: Activity that provides awareness to different religious faiths

Where: Our troop location or a worship center

When: Spring 2014

Why: To create a better understanding of other religious views. To reinforce an appreciation for the religious differences of others.

How: ________________________________________________

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-14

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: Activity that provides awareness to different religious faiths

Where: Our troop location or a worship center

When: Spring 2014

Why: To create a better understanding of other religious views. To reinforce an appreciation for the religious differences of others.

How: Work with PLC to add to troop planning calendar. Request a youth to lead the effort. Serve as advisor to the youth leader.

How you will determine when the task is complete: __________

_________________________________________________

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Name Bill – The WB Participant Wood Badge Course No. C7-129-13

My Scouting Position: Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 1

The Team That Will Benefit from my Leadership: Troop members

SMART Goal (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely):

Goal: Involve The Scout Troop in diverse religious experience

Who: Me, Troop Leadership, Scouts

What: Activity that provides awareness to different religious faiths

Where: Our troop location or a worship center

When: Spring 2014

Why: To create a better understanding of other religious views. To reinforce an appreciation for the religious differences of others.

How: Work with PLC to add to troop planning calendar. Request a youth to lead the effort. Serve as advisor to the youth leader.

How you will determine when the task is complete: The event will be held. The youth leader and I will document the event. The youth leader will report to the PLC. We’ll solicit feedback (Stop, Start, Continue).

writing working the ticket
Writing/Working the Ticket

Troop Guide is your resource during course

Vision & One Goal agreed by end of Day 2

2nd goal by end of Day 3

All Goals written by beginning of Day 4, ticket reviewed, and ticket approved by Day 4 end

Ticket Counselor assigned to help back home

Finalize ticket & establish review plan

Ticket must be completed within 18 months

Upon completion, you will be presented with

Wood Badge certificate

Beads

Neckerchief and woggle

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Live your vision!

Thank You!

Have Fun!

Plant Acorns!

Work your ticket!